|ZIMMER035 - Y.Danneg - new NullpointerException() - ydanneg|
Null is a special pointer value (or other kind of object reference) used to signify that a pointer intentionally does not point to (or refer to) an object. Such a pointer is called a null pointer. Many implementations use a value of 0 (all bits zero) to represent the null pointer, as this is at the bottom of the address space of most CPUs (although some architectures use a signed address space and use the most negative value)...
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